The Tikvah Fellowship
The Tikvah Fellowship is a paid one-year program for exceptional individuals interested in the political, religious, and intellectual future of the Jewish people. The fellowship is based in New York City, and each fellow receives a stipend of between $25,000 and $75,000, depending on age, experience, and financial need.
The Tikvah Fund sponsors seminars and fellowships in Jewish thought for graduate, undergraduate, and high school students. Participants from schools around the world study great texts and ideas from the Jewish intellectual tradition with gifted and renowned faculty. Seminars take place in New York,and at Princeton University, Yale University, and the Ein Prat Academy for Leadership, outside Jerusalem.
TIKVAH at Princeton University
The Tikvah Project on Jewish Thought at Princeton University will support new teaching and research on the great human questions, bringing Jewish thought and ideas into conversation with other philosophical and theological traditions of Western Civilization.
TIKVAH HIGH SCHOOL SCHOLARS PROGRAMS
Tikvah is partnering with seven leading Jewish day schools to promote the serious consideration of Jewish thought and enduring human questions. Students from participating schools will have an opportunity to explore the great contributions of Jewish thought to human self-understanding and discover how the great classics of philosophy, political thought, literature, and theology inform the Jewish future. Along with an intense in-school curriculum, students will travel to prestigious academic institutions to participate in high-level study and exploration.